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Thread: Retrofit 3Q0 ABS Pump

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    Unfortunately highest sw version for AB available is 558. https://vag-flashinfo.de/index.php?p...907+379+AB&as=

    So looks like not an optional route

    Pump upgrade it is. Luckily 3Q0 AB pumps are not that badly priced. I bought mine from salvage yard in UK and paid 250 € for it.

    Here's one : https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VW-GOLF-7...0AAOSwjL5ZEJDM

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    I can get a 3Q0614517AA 3Q0907379AA from a breaker for about £35. Would that do the trick? Does it have component protection??

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    no - mercifully, j104 is not part of the CP "constellation" on a mk7

    VW Golf MkVII (103TSI) my13

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    thats a relief, plug in job then. Final point about the ABS code, will my current code work or will it need recalculating? If so, is there anything else I'll need? Don't want the car being sat idle with a non-functioning pump!

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    You can drive the car even with no code. Of course abs and esp is not functional.

    Iím not sure that AA will work. It probably has different hw.

    And I think we can come up with a working code if your current one does not go.

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    So you say it has to be Ab then?

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    Both seem to be H42 so looks like they have same hardware.

    I don't have access to actual ETKA at the moment so I cannot verify the PR codes AA support. If you want to play it safe, get the AB pump, that works. Of course if you're able to get AA for £35, that is not too much you'll lose except some time when you change the pump

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    Which part of the item needs to be ab, the pump or the controller? The reason I ask is I've seen some pumps which are AA but the black panel says AB. See it yourself:

    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F312449833517

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    Controller is the magic word here Reverted, the one in the picture is not the same as 3Q0 907 379 AB. 5Q0 is different controller.

    I'm pretty sure the ABS block you linked is not suitable. It's H31, whereas 3Q0 907 379 AB is H42.

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    What about this one then, it's H42 but 3Q0 907 379 Q. Does it have to be AB?

    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F163580742575

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